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Notorious (1992)

After Alicia Velorus' father is convicted as a communist spy, CIA asks her to prove her loyalty by getting close to her father's friend, who's a suspected arms dealer. In the meantime she and her CIA contact Devlin fall in love.

Director:

Colin Bucksey

Writers:

Ben Hecht (earlier story), Ben Hecht (earlier screenplay) | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
John Shea ... Devlin
Jenny Robertson ... Alicia Velorus
Jean-Pierre Cassel ... Alex Sebastian
Marisa Berenson ... Katarina Sebastian
Paul Guilfoyle ... Norman Prescott
Ronald Guttman ... Joseph
Igor De Savitch Igor De Savitch ... General Genayev
Jean-Pierre Stewart Jean-Pierre Stewart ... Rosonov
Albert Pariente Albert Pariente ... Terek Al-Hassan
Marc Samuel Marc Samuel ... Mario Tomasini
Stephan Meldegg Stephan Meldegg ... Emile Gerhard (as Stéphane Meldegg)
Bill Bailey Bill Bailey ... Judge
Laurence Bouvencourt Laurence Bouvencourt ... Isabella
Dominique Figaro Dominique Figaro ... Mrs. Fremont
Isabelle Lazard Isabelle Lazard ... Woman at Dinner
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After Alicia Velorus' father is convicted as a communist spy, CIA asks her to prove her loyalty by getting close to her father's friend, who's a suspected arms dealer. In the meantime she and her CIA contact Devlin fall in love.

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Action | Thriller

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

28 January 1992 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Forgószél Párizsban See more »

Filming Locations:

Paris, France

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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Connections

Remake of Notorious (1946) See more »

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Different buy Enjoyable
10 February 2001 | by gly1See all my reviews

This is not your mother's Notorious, but unlike another critic I found Jenny Robertson's portrayal touching and tragic. John Shea, more believable as an agent than Grant and yet a likeable leading man with a romantic quality of times past.

Ms. Robertson is a leading lady in the Michele P. level of beauty and her breathless quality of line delivery is very like the endearing flavor of Ms. Bergman. Mr. Shea and Ms. Robertson so capable of being major motion picture leads and yet Hollywood has not discovered these jewels.

The movie takes the luxury of time and contains a very romantic musical montage. The movies sound track is also flavored of films past.

The supporting roles are perfectly cast and very exotic. So much like those from the first movie it is astonishing.

The movie's tension is no where near the original and yet it is enjoyable all the same.

I do hope Hollywood discovers the talents of Ms. Robertson and Mr. Shea.

Mr.Shea would be ideal as the new Phillip Marlowe and Ms. Robertson would shine in any leading role.

The movie made for cable's Lifetime Channel is indeed a great movie for a girl's night. Rent the original and follow with this contemporary tribute to a classic old movie.


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